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Rejigged Convoys Wharf Exhibition

The British public will soon get a chance to have a first look at the latest plans for Convoys Wharf, a scheme that promises to be another Thames-side development in eastern London.

The proposal was previously designed by Aedas who came up with a masterplan for the 18.6 hectare site that included a trio number of towers effectively building on Roger's previous work, plus the regeneration of the historic wharf that sites in the heart of the site.

The project however received substantial criticism from both English Heritage and Lewisham Council, who along with many locals were not happy at the scale and scope of the scheme. Terry Farrell, whose firm has built up a reputation for doing sympathetic redesigns, was brought in to redraft the scheme and these new masterplan proposals will be unveiled to the public at a new public exhibition on the Thursday the 28th of February and Saturday the 2nd of March.

Needless to say, members of the design and development team will be present to answer any queries, and the public will be invited to give their opinion on the project.

The first exhibition will take place at the Charlotte Turner School, Benbow Street, SE8 3HD between 3pm and 9pm, with the second being held between 10am and 3pm in the Red Room of the Albany, Douglas Way, SE8 AG.
Previous Convoys Wharf plans
Previous Convoys Wharf plans